But without lies, nobody would say anything at all.
Sometimes you have to write out a notion in order to discover you have nothing to say:
A merchant collects water bottles, fills them with tap water, and sells them. Is he then as big a fraud as the original company was when they filled the bottle with tap water? At least he's recycling. His product adds nothing to the waste stream.
And three entries from a visit to a modern art museum:
* Flying Folly (Disparate Volante)
Los Disparates, Plaza 5
* Claes Oldenberg
Paolozzi: Donald Duck meets Mondrian